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Confessional & Functional Knowledge

May 23, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

There is a difference between confessional knowledge and functional knowledge. There are truths that we know in our hearts and confess with our mouths (that’s confessional knowledge) and then there are truths which we know in our hearts and live out in our lives (that’s functional knowledge). Too often, there’s a gap betwee... Keep Reading

Vindication & Humility

May 22, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

This past Sunday I began the sermon by talking about vindication. I said, “Everyone wants to be vindicated, proven to be in the right. Too often the desire for vindication comes in midst of conflict. One person sees things one way, the other person sees things another way and they both think they’re right. They both want to be p... Keep Reading

Humility Thrives When Pride Dies

May 21, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

As we meditated on James 3:13-18 this past Sunday, we thought a lot about humility. As I look forward to the text that we’ll study, Lord willing, this coming Sunday (James 4:1-12), it is clear that humility is going to be something that we’re considering again. As I’ve prayerfully read over the text these last couple of day... Keep Reading

The Most Difficult Case

May 7, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

I have a chance to walk with sinners every day, but I’ve got to tell you about my most difficult case – me. I am the most difficult sinner that I walk with because I know myself and my heart. There is still far too much darkness in my own heart that I need the light of Christ to dispel. So, I can say with Paul in Romans 7:24, &ld... Keep Reading

I've Got News

May 5, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

As we were studying John 8, I spent some time reflecting on what it means to be enslaved to sin. I encouraged non-Christians to be set free by embracing Christ, and I encouraged Christians to keep living in their freedom. While I didn’t have the time at the time, I wanted to spend more time dwelling on sin and slavery. I wanted to do s... Keep Reading